Bolio was born in 1969 and was raised by Maurice Carver and Eddie Klaus two great friends and connoisseurs of the American Pitbull Terrier. Bolio’s parents were the famous Klaus’ Zeke and Klaus Goldie’ both tremendous bulldogs. Bolio’s pedigree is dense in fact in his veins flows the blood of Ch Fitzwater’s Goldy, Ferguson’s Ch Centipede, Carver’s Judy, Carver’s Black Widow R.O.M, Carver’s Ch Little Rascal, Carver’s Spider ROM, Carver’s Ch Lasso, Gr Ch Trahan’s Rascal, Tudor’s Dibo Rom, Tudor’s Goldy ROM, Tudor’s Gr Ch Black Jack R.O.M, Heinzl’s Ch Kayo, Heinzl’s Ch Tony, Heinzl’s Colonel R.O.M, Heinzl’s Amber Annie R.O.M, Hubbard’s Bounce R.O.M, Hubbard’s Ch Gimp, Corvino’s Gimp R.O.M, Corvino’s Shorty R.O.M, Fly of Panama R.O.M, Colby’s Ch Tige and Colby’s Pincher R.O.M.
Indian Bolio was a very intense bulldog that loved to fight, extremely able and very intelligent that bought his opponent down with extreme facility with his strength. He had a lot of air and would not slow down his pace, he was very strong and would move in the ring like a dancer taking down with exasperation his adversary, not only this he had a killer bite and liked to go for the head and nose of his opponent to then finish him off at the throat. Bolio was the only one to have confronted opponents weighing more than him by 15 pounds
Clayton Bennett of Texas bought Bolio from Maurice Carver and sent him to Floyd Boudreaux to train him until he would be ready for a tremendously challenging match against a dog that had killed his previous adversaries. The name of this Pitbull was Rowdy a dog that had a terrible bite also because of its pronating mouth. This match was scheduled for the big night organised during a convention in the South, where there were other Pitbull Terriers challenged, the likes of Davis Gr Ch Boomerang. All the bookmakers had Bolio down as a loss, but Floyd Boudreaux and Clayton Bennett believed in him.
Floyd Boudreaux knew that Bolio had to be in perfect form to confront a dog of this calibre, infact he dedicated a lot of time to Bolio’s training. For the encounter between Bolio and Rowdy, things were organised in a big way and all the best breeders of that time assembled to witness it. Mountain Man the man of the mountains retold how Bolio and Rowdy were both in great form weighing 43 pounds each and when they clashed it was truly war. Rowdy dominated the match for the first hour locking ferocious bites into Bolio, but slowly with time he began to lose strength because of his pronating mouth and he continued to lose stamina. Bolio with his perfect mandible close and thus did not have this problem and also having a lot of air, in the end won by killing Rowdy in 2 hours and was voted best in show!.
Soon after the match with Rowdy, Pat Patrick decided to buy Bolio, retiring him undefeated from the fighting and used him only as a stud. This was the best use for him. Indian Bolio R.O.M was coupled 90 times with excellent females giving surprising results. Some of the crosses that Bolio produced great champions such as the likes of Patrick’s Commander White Head, Patrick’s Bull Boy Boy R.O.M, Patrick’s El Dos Bits Cortaro, Patrick’s Red Baby R.O.M, Patrick’s Big Ko Ko, Mayfield’s Ch Frankie, Kincaid’s Ch Rolo and Kincaid’s Ch Princess with the following bitches: Patrick’s Bony Maroni R.O.M, Patrick’s Ch Tuffy, Patrick’s Ch Goldy, Patrick’s Ch Crazy Lady, Patrick’s Gr Ch Faith, Boudreaux’ Ch Deaf Beht, Indian Ch Bloomers, Maloney’s Dolly R.O.M.
Pat Patrick retells that on more than one occasion he had the chance to speak with Maurice Carver, who told him that the dogs Bolio, Jeep and Tombstone are no doubt the best and that mixing these three blood types creates a killer cocktail.